The Foundation stage classes had a wonderful sunny afternoon pond dipping and bug hunting at Roadford Lake. We all enjoyed catching mini-beasts in the lake and running through the grass with our nets.
Many thanks to Neil Reeves and his team at South West Lakes Trust for looking after us and to all our parent helpers on the day.
Pictured are Matthew Rowland trying for a big catch and Charlie Bourner and Mr Kemp attempting to identify theirs. We were very lucky indeed to catch a rare glimpse of the stripey-legged Robert Carmichael bug!
Mrs M Kemp
On Saturday 19th May Evie Fairman, Year 10 pupil at St Joseph’s School was one the chosen people to carry the Olympic flame through Bodmin, Cornwall. Full report to follow…
Craft Club for Years 1 and 2 takes place on Thursday afternoons from 3.30pm -4.30pm with Mrs Wright. This is a very popular club and this term the children have been making royal crowns for the jubilee celebrations.
The summer individual concert season began with the ever-popular Music for a Summer Evening, in which our most experienced soloists had a chance to perform to an appreciative audience. Highlights as ever, were performances of the Y11 GCSE compositions, and this year was no exception – many of the compositions would not look out of place in an A level examination. Well done to Lorna Marshall, Flo Pillman, Alice Nicholson, Harriet Dawson and Naomi Gillies for your wonderful pieces! As always, there were some stunning performances from individuals, and £180 was raised towards the new piano fund, which stands (through our fundraising efforts and your generous donations) at around £3,500. We look forward to seeing you at our Year 7 and 8 concert, followed by our Year 9 – 11 concert which is on Thursday, 14th June.